Thursday, July 2, 2015

CHRIS BEATRICE ILLUSTRATION: PICTURE THIS!

Chris Beatrice’s illustration for the picture book “Swamp Things” will be on view at the Danforth Museum in Framingham, MA through September 20 as part of the “Picture This!” the annual juried exhibition of children’s book illustration.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

James Fryer Illustration: Global Property Markets

James Fryer created two illustrations for a special report in the Financial Times examining how global funds pouring into the Eastern European property markets are benefitting the cities and countries in that area.

Shaw Nielsen Illustration: Health Care Revolution

Shaw Nielsen’s illustrations and infographic for the Harvard Business Review accompany an article about how IBM leveraged their corporate buying power to pressure healthcare providers to lower costs, promote communication and improve medical outcomes for everyone in Oregon.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

MICHAEL GELEN ILLUSTRATION: BERNIE!

Michael Gelen created this portrait of United States Senator and Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, after Roy Lichtenstein's 1968 portrait of Robert Kennedy for Time Magazine.

EDWARD KINSELLA ILLUSTRATION: JOHN FORD

Edward Kinsella's portrait of late film director John Ford appears in this week's New Yorker.

DAVIDE BONAZZI ILLUSTRATION: SCIENCE X 3

Davide Bonazzi created a trio of conceptual illustrations for the current issue of Science Magazine.

TAYLOR CALLERY ILLUSTRATION: UNKNOWN REMAINS

Taylor Callery created this cover illustration for The Texas Observer highlighting a very sad and sensitive issue about the careless mishandling of migrant bodies by Texas Rangers.

LISA HENDERLING ILLUSTRATION: SUMMER

Lisa Henderling’s glamorous illustration proves, once and for all, that life is just better in summer!

JOHN JAY CABUAY ILLUSTRATION: THE EMISSARY

John Jay Cabuay’s double portrait cover illustration for the National Journal features Rafael Cruz: dad, preacher and Ted’s ambassador to true believers of the Right.

DANIEL HERTZBERG ILLUSTRATION: NEW BALLGAME

Daniel Hertzberg’s new ¾ spread for Sports Illustrated (the only illustration in the whole issue) accompanied a feature article about millennials, their ethnic and social diversity, and their impact on sports in America.